Age: 12
Hometown: Steamboat Springs
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Six Poppy Plates

Background and Lifestyle

Education College graduate

Interests and Personality

BiographyAfter running a small marketing research firm in Michigan for 17 years, I sold the business and moved to Steamboat Springs in 2000 and started working in clay. My pottery skills have come primarily from classes taken at the local college as well as summer workshops at Laloba Clay Ranch and Anderson Ranch in Aspen, CO learning from such distinguished ceramic artists as Julia Galloway, Meira Mathison, Sylvie Granatelli, Sarah Jaeger, Bonnie Seeman and Clary Ilian. I work out of a studio and gallery, called Blue Sky Pottery, located near the ski mountain here. And I recently opened an online store: Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or comments about my work. I always appreciate the feedback.
InterestsWhile pottery has become a passion, I also enjoy gardening, hiking, skiing, reading, and learning about other art forms.
MusicClassical. Oldies -- James Taylor; Jimmy Buffett; Harry Chapin; Neil Young; lots of others.
FilmsThey don't make good films any more.
TelevisionThe Daily Show; not much else. Too many commercials; too much junk.
BooksAnything by Ivan Doig; well-written mysteries such as those by James Lee Burke; a wide variety of genres.


Emerald Anniversary Show - Steamboat Springs Arts Council June 5 - July 14, 2007 Over the Rainbow - East End Applied Arts, Aurora, CO Sept 14 - Oct 27, 2007

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congratulations for your gallery


Hello - pleased to find your page. Nice work. Regards, Bud C


Merry Christmas and a wonderful happy new year!


Hi, your work is very good. I had made some work in clay to, and I think the medium requires a lot of skill. My pots were always twisted in a way I didn’t intend!!! I like the way you create the organic forms. Wonderful!!!


very creative!


Beautiful work amazing-greetings Anita !!!

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4artist ( Deleted user )

Love your creative marks in clay.

CreateReality ( Deleted user )

Hi Bluesky, You pottery is very unique. I like "Coneflower Vase". Very nice work.

cricket ( Deleted user )

I like the teapots!


Hi - Thanks for the compliments. Yes, there are some nice cone 5/6 porcelain clay bodies out there now. One of my favorites is Aspen Porcelain that I get from Mile Hi Clay in Denver. Best wishes.


Love your funky teapots! Is this real porcelain you can fire at cone 6 ???? When I last made pottery (about 10 years ago) the porcelain I could find had to be fired at a much higher temperature ....I had to use white stoneware, but of course, it didn't have any translucency ... I miss pottery very much, but don't have the space for a wheel and kiln (and clay flying everywhere!) anymore! (sigh!)


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did not mean to leave three messages. sorry


TRIED TO WORK WITH CLAY. sorry for the caps. never got the feal for it, You have.


TRIED TO WORK WITH CLAY. sorry for the caps. never got the feal for it, You have.


TRIED TO WORK WITH CLAY. sorry for the caps. never got the feal for it, You have.


Stunning work....


Love your teapots!!! Maub